Hans Rudolf Zeller

Hans Rudolf Zeller

Edition Telemark 314.04
  • LP: Edition of 300, full color sleeve, inserts and liner notes by Zeller
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Hans Rudolf Zeller (b. 1934 in Berlin) is best-known for being a music theorist, essayist and writer on contemporary music. His essays on Dieter Schnebel, Iannis Xenakis, microtonality etc., often published in the German journal "Musik-Konzepte", are deemed being among the best ever written on new music. Apart from that, he has since the 1960s maintained his own artistic work, most of which has not been published or only seen the light of day in private micro-editions. Zeller's work often involves combining multiple dimensions (texts, vocals, visual projections) into one cinematological literature.

This LP edition is an attempt at collecting various elements of Zeller's work. All recordings have been made within the last 10 years, yet many of the underlying concepts date back to the 1960s or 1970s. Contained are two scriptophonies (works combining writing and vocals, with the notion of writing being extended in ways not unlike those Carlfriedrich Claus and Gerhard Rühm have shown), two vocal improvisations, one piece of Tesa sounds (sounds produced by adhesive tape), and one piece for horn. Artwork shows Tesa pictures made between 1961 and 1970, and one collage from 2010.

Full tracklist:

A1 Tesa-Klänge
A2 Vokalphantasie
A3 Scriptophonie
A4 Musiktext
B1 Parallelität
B2 Stimmimprovisation

Hans Rudolf Zeller: Hans Rudolf Zeller

Tesa-Klänge Hans Rudolf Zeller 1' 05''
Vokalphantasie Hans Rudolf Zeller 1' 42''
Scriptophonie Hans Rudolf Zeller 1' 39''

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